Ezora is a responsive Jekyll theme with a clean single column layout, nifty text overlays for images and a mobile friendly navigation bar.
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Ezora Theme for Jekyll

Ezora is a responsive Jekyll theme with a clean single column layout, nifty text overlays for images and a mobile friendly navigation bar.

I designed this theme from the ground up for my own website and had some inspiration from the Flex Jekyll Theme (fonts!) and Lise Savard's Blog.

Try Ezora Live!

Feel free to use this theme however you like (MIT License).

Screenshots!

Desktop

screenshot-desktop

Mobile

screenshot-mobile

Installation

To install Ezora, fork this repository and add your sites content =)

I am no longer supporting Ruby Gem based install, since the process is far too rough around the edges at present.

Usage

Ezora uses a fairly minimal set of layouts and sass, and will automatically conform to a sensible layout based on the YAML provided, unless a layout is specified. Width/height values are all defined in the top of main.scss as variables, so you don't have to hunt too far through the SCSS to tweak things.

The default layout handles the home page and any other pages while the post layout extends the default slightly to include a date-stamp at the top of the page.

Notable _includes are the shiny and responsive topbar, included in the default layout, the navbar and the postlist, which is a paginated pile of posts you can include in any page, like the default home page does. You can specify your navigation menu links in navbar if you don't like it generating them for all your pages, GitHub and LinkedIn accounts. You can also add more social accounts if you like by extending the list in navbar.html.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/ezrasavard/ezora-jekyll-theme. This project is intended to be a safe, welcoming space for collaboration, and contributors are expected to adhere to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct.

License

The theme is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.